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Isaiah 61:1

"The Spirit of the Sovereign LORD is on me, because the LORD has anointed me to preach good news to the poor. He has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted,to proclaim freedom for the captives and release from darkness for the prisoners."

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Article of the Month

Nov 12, 2017

Post-Divorce Holiday Tips for Newly Divorced Parents

The holidays can be difficult after a major life change like divorce. If you are splitting custody of your children, you may find yourself alone during a time when you used to be together as a family. Facing the season post-divorce is bound to be difficult, but it doesn’t have to be miserable. With the right attitude and enough motivation, you can make the holidays a positive experience this year.

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Oct 10, 2017

Divorce Through Their Eyes – The Baseball Game

When God first called me into this ministry, I have to say that it didn’t make any sense to me. I am not a child of divorce, not have I been divorced myself. Nonetheless, I began to research the impact of divorce on kids and resonate with much of what I was reading.

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Sep 15, 2017

10 Suggestions to help children acclimate after returning home from visitation

Recently, I received the following question from a church leader who works with single parents and children:

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Krista's Blog

Nov 19, 2017

How Divorce Impacts a Child’s Relationship With God

by Linda Ranson Jacobs

Over the last several weeks, we laid a foundation for examining how divorce affects the development of children (specifically spiritual development), how kids are wired to connect and recapped some of the impacts of divorce. Today, we are going to look more specifically at how divorce impacts the different areas of a child’s development.

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Oct 31, 2017

Don’t Say goodbye. A post for the heartbroken.

By Elsa Colopy

I saw you today.

Your head was bowed, your shoulders slumped, your eyes to the ground. Your backpack looked like it weighted a thousand pounds.

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Oct 20, 2017

Helping your special needs child cope with the loss of a loved one

Author: Jenny Wise

Losing a loved one brings on complex emotions, and helping your special needs child understand and cope with grief can be overwhelming.  Fortunately there is help.

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Krista has allowed her own pain and healing through divorce to be used for God’s glory and the healing of others. I have been privileged to know Krista now for over ten years and have seen her willingness to be used by God.

- Rachel Rueckert

Krista is the cool cup of water that we all need when we are going through the grieving process. She has the ability to make you feel heard and understood while gently leading you on the path toward the healing that can only take place by turning to the Lord which is where she gently guides you.

- Tiffany Scherer

I highly recommend Krista Smith to anyone who has suffered significant loss such as death, divorce or blended family dynamics.

- Pastor Dave Johnson

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